Adam Levine has dismissed reports suggesting Maroon 5 have been in talks to headline the coveted Super Bowl halftime show the coming year (16).
The Locked Away stars hit headlines the other day (ends23Oct15) if they became frontrunners for that big gig, with E! News sources claiming the group had “extensive talks” with National Football League (NFL) officials in regards to the concert.
Frontman Adam insists there’s no truth on the rumours, but they would love the ability to wow football fans at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California on 7 February (16).
“No (there have not been talks), but we would like to, so hopefully we could make a good enough racket to ensure they’ll (make a package),” he told U.S. breakfast show Today. “None of this (report) holds true, but it really would be nice with this to be a self-fulfilling prophecy here, let’s get this going…” Check Locked Away sheet music page.
Turning on the camera to appeal straight to NFL bosses, then he added, “Super Bowl people, we would like do the Super Bowl. Let’s practice it!”
NFL chiefs have reportedly already been considering recruiting Coldplay for 2016’s event, while earlier claims suggested Bruno Mars was primed for an additional Super Bowl showdown, just a couple of years after punching the main stage in 2014.
Katy Perry served as being the headliner for the Super Bowl a few months ago (15), having shared activity is with Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliott, whose surprise appearance marked her much-anticipated come back to music.
The pop superstar’s halftime show was the most-watched TV concert ever as 121 million viewers tuned into see her 12-minute set. The impressive number is six million in excess of those who examined Bruno’s halftime show performance this past year (14).
However, Katy previously admitted it hadn’t been easy preparing to the big show as she had to negotiate over every little detail to adhere to the wishes of NFL bosses.
“In my show… everything experiences my eyes; I call all of the shots, 100 % of it,” she told Elle magazine. “With the NFL, I have to be accountable a number of levels of red tape. There are many committees I have to proceed through for my costumes, the budgets of my show, every interview – everything, I have to report to somebody. So I am don’t the boss; I have to relinquish that control…
“Once you opt for you’re gonna perform Super Bowl, you’re gonna do not have f**king life for a few months. It is the biggest thing…”